WHEREIN MUST WE BE PATIENT?

The word "patience" is commonly used to express qualities of endurance, forbearance, and uncomplaining persistence in the pursuit of an objective. Often there is an implied acceptance of trials or obstructions as real, as positive forces to be dealt with according to the adage, "What can't be cured must be endured."

Christian Science reveals a more constructive idea of patience: it does not stop with endurance under stress, but goes forward, courageously and persistently, to demonstrate the unreality of all unfortunate conditions and to replace them with positive, corrective thought and action.

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